Will Marsy’s Law simply allow for wealthy victims to hire their own attorneys for proceedings involving their case?

Marsy’s Law does not allow for citizens - including victims - to hire an attorney to prosecute the case. Victims may have an attorney to assert their rights as a victim - or appear in their place if they choose not to be there in person - but the law specifically says that it does not change the authority or role of the District Attorney.

The victims’ rights amendment does not take away any rights of the accused or convicted to access fair trials and due process.